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enlangu
2 Views · 15 days ago

Welcome to our latest video, where we delve into the world of IELTS Speaking exams and explore the differences between being assessed by real examiners and AI technology. 🎤✨
As the world of testing evolves, understanding these differences can help you make an informed choice about your preparation and exam strategy. In this video, we'll cover:
👉 The Role of Real Examiners: Discover how human examiners evaluate your speaking skills, including their ability to pick up on nuances, body language, and emotional cues.
👉 AI in IELTS Speaking: Learn about the latest advancements in AI technology and how it’s being used to assess speaking tests, focusing on accuracy, objectivity, and feedback consistency.
👉 Pros and Cons: Weigh the benefits and drawbacks of each method. Which one provides more personalized feedback? Which is more cost-effective and time-efficient?
👉 Preparation Tips: Get practical advice on how to prepare for both real examiner and AI assessments to ensure you're ready for any scenario.
👉 Expert Opinions: Hear from IELTS experts and former examiners about their experiences and recommendations for test-takers.
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00:00:00 AI vs Face-to-Face Speaking with an Examiner
00:00:19 The Bias in AI Marking Systems
00:01:19 Advantages of Human Examiners
00:01:57 IELTS Speaking Test Format
00:02:58 Life Skills Test Format
00:03:47 The Human Touch in IELTS Speaking Tests

enlangu
1 Views · 19 days ago

🔔 Welcome to BDVets English Learning Channel! 🔔
In today's video, we delve into the Present Simple Tense (সাধারণ বর্তমান বা নিত্যবৃত্ত বর্তমান) in English grammar. This tense is essential for expressing habits, routines, universal truths, and habitual actions. Let's break down its usage, structure, and examples to help you master it effortlessly.
📘 What is Present Simple Tense? Present Simple Tense is used to describe:
• Ongoing actions or events
• Habits or regular actions
• Universal truths or facts
• Scheduled events in the near future
বাংলারূপঃ
এই Tense দ্বারা বর্তমান কালের কোন কাজ/ঘটনা, অভ্যাস/প্রকৃতি, চিরন্তন সত্য বা স্বাভাবিক কার্য, অভ্যস্থতা, নিত্য নৈমিত্তিক ঘটনা ইত্যাদি বুঝানো হয়। বাংলায় এর ক্রিয়াবিভক্তি হয় - করি, করিস, কর, করেন ইত্যাদি।
Structure (গঠন):
• Affirmative: Subject + Verb (base form)
• Negative: Subject + Do/Does + Not + Verb (base form)
• Interrogative: Do/Does + Subject + Verb (base form)?
• Negative-Interrogative: Do/Does + Subject + Not + Verb (base form)?
Examples (উদাহরণ):
• Affirmative:
• He buys books.
• I work.
• Negative:
• He doesn't buy books.
• I do not work.
• Interrogative:
• Does he buy books?
• Do I work?
• Negative-Interrogative:
• Doesn't he buy books?
• Do I not work?
Usage (ব্যবহার):
1. Habitual Actions (অভ্যাস বা অভ্যস্থতা):
• He smokes.
• Dogs bark.
2. Universal Truths (চিরন্তন সত্য):
• The sun rises in the east.
3. Scheduled Events (নিকট ভবিষ্যত):
• Ramadan begins next month.
4. Timeless Facts (স্বাভাবিক কার্য):
• Water boils at 100°C.
Additional Notes:
• Adverbs/Adverbial Phrases: Always, never, sometimes, usually, etc., often indicate habitual actions.
• Example: He always works at night.
• Negative Sentences: Use 'do not' or 'does not'.
• Example: He does not eat fish.
• Interrogative Sentences: Start with 'Do' or 'Does'.
• Example: Do you like ice cream?
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mitun
3 Views · 1 year ago

10 Unique Vocabulary Words to Impress Your Friends 😎📚

Expand your vocabulary with these 10 unique words that will help you express yourself in a more nuanced and sophisticated way. From the pleasure-seeking hedonist to the rebellious iconoclast, each word has its own emoji to help you remember its meaning. Impress your friends with your newfound lexicon and add some spice to your conversations!

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Hedonist, 🍾 Iconoclast, 🔨🔧 Idiosyncrasy, 🤪 Immutable, 🚫 Impassive, 😑 Impecunious, 💸 Impetuous, 💥 Implacable, 🔥 Impugn, ❓ Inane, 🤡

Are you tired of using the same old words and phrases to express yourself? Do you want to impress your friends with your unique vocabulary? Look no further! In this video, we introduce you to ten unique words that will help you express yourself in a more nuanced and sophisticated way.

First on our list is the pleasure-seeking hedonist, represented by the emoji 🍾. A hedonist is someone who lives for pleasure and self-indulgence, like a champagne bottle seeking pleasure and indulging in the finer things in life. So, the next time you want to describe someone who enjoys life's pleasures, use the word "hedonist."

Next up is the rebellious iconoclast, represented by the emojis 🔨🔧. An iconoclast is someone who challenges or opposes traditional beliefs or institutions, like a hammer and pick breaking down traditional beliefs or institutions. So, if you want to describe someone who goes against the norm and challenges traditional ideas, use the word "iconoclast."

Moving on to idiosyncrasy, represented by the emoji 🤪. An idiosyncrasy is a peculiar or distinctive feature or behavior, like a crazy face that is a distinctive feature or behavior. So, if you want to describe someone's quirks or unusual habits, use the word "idiosyncrasy."

Our fourth word is immutable, represented by the emoji 🚫. Immutable means unchangeable, characterized by being unable to be changed or altered, like a prohibited sign indicating that something is unchangeable and cannot be altered. So, if you want to describe something that is fixed and cannot be changed, use the word "immutable."

Fifth on our list is impassive, represented by the emoji 😑. Impassive means expressionless, characterized by showing no emotion or feeling, like a neutral face showing no emotion or feeling. So, if you want to describe someone who is unemotional or shows no expression, use the word "impassive."

Next is impecunious, represented by the emoji 💸. Impecunious means poor, characterized by having little or no money, like money with wings indicating that someone has little or no money to their name. So, if you want to describe someone who is struggling financially or living in poverty, use the word "impecunious."

Our seventh word is impetuous, represented by the emoji 💥. Impetuous means impulsive, characterized by being hasty or rash in decision-making, like a collision indicating a decision made hastily and without proper thought or consideration. So, if you want to describe someone who acts impulsively without thinking of the consequences, use the word "impetuous."

Next is implacable, represented by the emoji 🔥. Implacable means unyielding, characterized by being unable to be appeased or pacified, like a fire that cannot be appeased or pacified and will continue to burn or rage on. So, if you want to describe someone or a situation that cannot be calmed or appeased, use the word "implacable."

Our ninth word is impugn, represented by the emoji ❓. Impugn means to challenge or dispute the truth or validity of something, like raising a question mark to indicate the act of challenging or disputing the truth or validity of something. So, if you want to describe someone who is questioning or challenging the truth of something, use the word "impugn."

Finally, we have inane, represented by the emoji 🤡. Inane means silly, characterized by being senseless or foolish, like a clown face indicating that something is silly or foolish. So, if you want to describe something that is ridiculous or senseless,

mitun
4 Views · 1 year ago

In this video, we'll learn 9 vocabulary words with fun mnemonics and examples to help you remember them. The words we'll cover are Extraneous 🚫, Fallacious ❌, Fastidious 🧼, Fatuous 🤡, Felicitous 👌, Fervent 🔥, Flagrant 🚩, Flippant 😜, and Florid 🌸. Whether you're studying for an exam or just looking to expand your vocabulary, this video will help you learn these words in an entertaining and memorable way.
#Vocabulary #Mnemonics #Learning #Extraneous #Fallacious #Fastidious #Fatuous #Felicitous #Fervent #Flagrant #Flippant #Florid #Examples #enlangu #ielts #toefl
Are you looking to improve your vocabulary? Do you struggle to remember new words you come across? If so, this video is for you! In this fun and educational video, we'll teach you 9 new vocabulary words, complete with mnemonics and examples to help you remember them.

First up is "Extraneous" 🚫, which means irrelevant or unnecessary. We'll help you remember this word by associating it with a prohibited item, indicating that it is not needed and should be removed. For example, "The lawyer objected to the witness's extraneous testimony, arguing it was not relevant to the case."

Next is "Fallacious" ❌, which means false or based on flawed logic. We'll help you remember this word with the mnemonic of a cross mark, indicating that the argument is false or mistaken. For example, "The advertisement's fallacious claims about the product's effectiveness were exposed by consumer advocacy groups."

Moving on, we have "Fastidious" 🧼, which means meticulous or very attentive to detail and cleanliness. We'll help you remember this word by associating it with soap, indicating that a fastidious person is very clean and detail-oriented. For example, "The chef's fastidious approach to preparing ingredients ensured that every dish was perfectly executed."

Then we have "Fatuous" 🤡, which means foolish or silly. We'll help you remember this word with the mnemonic of a clown, indicating that the idea is foolish or silly. For example, "The CEO's fatuous plan to boost sales by changing the company's logo was met with skepticism by the board of directors."

Next up is "Felicitous" 👌, which means appropriate or well-suited. We'll help you remember this word with the mnemonic of an OK hand sign, indicating that the decision is appropriate or well-suited. For example, "The judge's felicitous choice of words in her ruling helped to clarify the complex legal issues at stake."

Moving on to "Fervent" 🔥, which means passionate or intense. We'll help you remember this word by associating it with fire, indicating that a fervent person is intense and passionate in their feelings. For example, "The musician's fervent performance left the audience spellbound, moved by the depth of emotion in their playing."

Then we have "Flagrant" 🚩, which means blatant or conspicuously offensive. We'll help you remember this word with the mnemonic of a red flag, indicating that the act is blatantly offensive or obvious. For example, "The athlete's flagrant violation of the rules led to their disqualification from the competition."

Moving on to "Flippant" 😜, which means disrespectful or frivolous in a lighthearted way. We'll help you remember this word with the mnemonic of a joke or tease, indicating that the remark is disrespectful or frivolous in a lighthearted way. For example, "The student's flippant attitude towards their teacher earned them a reprimand for their lack of respect."

And last but not least, we have "Florid" 🌸, which means ornate or flowery in style. We'll help you remember this word with the mnemonic of a beautiful flower, indicating that the style is ornate or flowery in its presentation. For example, "The writer's florid prose was praised for its rich imagery and evocative language."

By the end of this video, you'll have learned 9 new vocabulary words that you can start using in your daily

mitun
12 Views · 1 year ago

Expand your English vocabulary with these 9 advanced words! In this video, we will explore the meanings of formidable, fortuitous, frugal, fulminate, garrulous, gratuitous, gregarious, hackneyed, and hapless. Each word will be illustrated with fun and easy-to-remember Mnemonics.

Formidable (adjective) - 🏔️ intimidating; characterized by inspiring fear or respect due to being powerful or difficult to overcome. A formidable opponent is like a 💪 strong arm, indicating they are powerful and difficult to overcome. Example: The mountain range presented a formidable obstacle for the hikers, requiring them to be well-prepared and s****ed in their ascent.

Fortuitous (adjective) - 🍀 lucky; characterized by being fortunate or happening by chance. A fortuitous event is like finding a lucky 🍀 four-leaf clover, indicating it is fortunate or happening by chance. Example: The actor's fortuitous encounter with a casting director led to their breakthrough role in a popular TV series.

Frugal (adjective) - 💰 thrifty; characterized by being careful with money and resources. A frugal person is like a 💰 money bag, indicating they are careful with their resources and finances. Example: The family's frugal lifestyle allowed them to save money for their children's education and future needs.

Fulminate (verb) - 🔊 to denounce; to speak or act strongly against something. To fulminate is like speaking out against something, indicating the act of denouncing or strongly opposing it. Example: The politician fulminated against the government's decision to cut funding for public education, calling it a grave mistake.

Garrulous (adjective) - 💬 talkative; characterized by being excessively or pointlessly talkative. A garrulous person is like a 🗣️ speaking head, indicating they are excessively talkative. Example: The salesman's garrulous pitch turned off potential customers, who found his constant chatter overwhelming.

Gratuitous (adjective) - ❌ unnecessary; characterized by being given or done without reason or justification. A gratuitous action is like a ❌ cross mark, indicating it is unnecessary or unjustified. Example: The movie's gratuitous violence and **** scenes were criticized by some viewers as being gratuitous and unnecessary.

Gregarious (adjective) - 🥳 sociable; characterized by being friendly and outgoing. A gregarious person is like a 🎉 party hat, indicating they are friendly and outgoing in social situations. Example: The new employee's gregarious personality made them popular with their coworkers, who enjoyed their positive energy and enthusiasm.

Hackneyed (adjective) - 🗑️ cliché; characterized by being overused and lacking in originality. A hackneyed phrase is like a 🗑️ piece of trash, indicating it is overused and lacking in originality. Example: The writer's hackneyed use of clichés and tired metaphors made their work seem unoriginal and uninspired.

Hapless (adjective) - 🍀 unfortunate; characterized by being unlucky or having bad luck. A hapless person is like an unlucky 🍀 four-leaf clover, indicating they are unfortunate or have bad luck. Example: The athlete's hapless injury prevented them from competing in the championship game, despite their hard work and dedication.

mitun
7 Views · 1 year ago

🤓 Improve your 📝 writing and 💬 communication s****s with these 8 essential words! In this video, we'll explore the meaning of each word, provide a helpful mnemonic device, and offer examples to help you understand how to use them in context. Whether you're a 🎓 student, a 👔 professional, or simply looking to expand your 🗣️ vocabulary, this video is perfect for you! Don't miss out on these essential words for 📚 & 💬!
In this video, we'll explore 8 essential words that will help you communicate more effectively and improve your writing and speaking s****s. We'll discuss the meaning of each word, provide a helpful mnemonic device, and offer examples to help you understand how to use them in context. Whether you're a student, a professional, or simply looking to expand your vocabulary, this video is perfect for you!
📖- erudite
🔒- esoteric
🤥- equivocate
🌸- euphemism
🔥- exacerbate
🕵️♂️- exculpate
💸- exorbitant
🛣️- expedient
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enlangu
8 Views · 1 year ago

10 IELTS Vocabulary Words with mnemonics
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mitun
7 Views · 1 year ago

To master the IELTS listening section, there are a few key strategies you can follow:

Familiarize yourself with the test format: Take some time to understand the structure of the listening test, which comprises four sections, each with a different type of question. This will help you anticipate what to expect and prepare accordingly.

Develop your listening s****s: Practice listening to a range of English-language materials, such as podcasts, news broadcasts, and TV shows. This will help you get accustomed to different accents, tones, and speeds of speech.

Take notes: During the test, take brief notes on what you hear. This will help you recall information later and also keep you focused.

Manage your time: The listening section lasts for approximately 30 minutes, so it's important to keep an eye on the clock and pace yourself accordingly. Make sure you leave enough time to transfer your answers to the answer sheet.

Focus on understanding: Don't worry too much about understanding every single word. Instead, focus on getting the main ideas and key details. You can always listen again if necessary.

Practice, practice, practice: The more you practice, the more confident you'll feel on test day. Make use of practice materials, such as mock tests and sample questions, to hone your s****s.

By following these strategies and putting in the effort to practice, you'll be well on your way to mastering the IELTS listening section. Good luck!
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mitun
15 Views · 1 year ago

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mitun
14 Views · 1 year ago

The speaking section of language proficiency tests can be challenging for many test-takers, as it requires not only language proficiency but also the ability to think on your feet and speak confidently. However, with the right strategies and preparation, you can improve your performance and increase your chances of achieving a high score. In this article, we will discuss some effective strategies for the speaking section that you can implement in your test preparation. #speakingsection #languageproficiency #testpreparation #strategiesforsuccess #confidentspeaking

mitun
33 Views · 1 year ago

Meta Description: This article provides valuable tips for international students preparing for the TOEFL iBT Reading section. It covers the format of the section, which consists of 3-5 passages with 12-14 questions per passage. The article provides tips on how to improve academic reading s****s, including reading regularly, scanning for key information, skimming, learning vocabulary in context, making inferences, recognizing text structure, and practicing summarizing. By following these guidelines, students can improve their reading fluency and rate, comprehend and analyze academic texts, and achieve a high score on the TOEFL iBT Reading section.


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vidcine
10 Views · 1 year ago

A. Explanation of the IELTS exam

vidcine
5 Views · 1 year ago

Mnemonic technique is a memory aid that helps people remember information more easily. This technique is especially useful for learning new vocabulary words. Mnemonic devices can include acronyms, rhymes, images, and associations to help remember a word's meaning or spelling. Here are ten examples of mnemonic techniques for vocabulary:

Ridiculous - The word "ridiculous" sounds like "ridicule us." To remember its meaning, imagine people laughing and making fun of you.

Conscientious - The word "conscientious" can be remembered by breaking it down into "con science us." This reminds you to act with a moral conscience.

Accommodate - The word "accommodate" is easy to remember by breaking it down into "a-c-c-o-m-o-d-a-t-e," or "a cup of tea." Imagine offering someone a cup of tea to be accommodating.

Exacerbate - The word "exacerbate" means to make something worse. To remember this, think of a "sore" that becomes "excruciating" when you "rub" it, which can exacerbate the pain.

Supercilious - The word "supercilious" sounds like "super silly us." To remember its meaning, imagine someone acting superior and looking down on others, which seems super silly.

Hierarchy - The word "hierarchy" can be remembered by breaking it down into "higher ar-key." This reminds you that people at the top of a hierarchy have more power or authority.

Disseminate - The word "disseminate" sounds like "diss the seminar." To remember its meaning, imagine someone criticizing a seminar and spreading negative information about it.

Gargantuan - The word "gargantuan" can be remembered by imagining a giant "gar"bage can that is "en"ormous. This helps you remember that the word means something is very large.

Facetious - The word "facetious" can be remembered by breaking it down into "face tea us." This reminds you that someone who is being facetious is joking or not being serious.

Nostalgia - The word "nostalgia" can be remembered by thinking of the phrase "nostalgic for ya." This helps you remember that the word means a longing for the past or past experiences.

Overall, using mnemonic techniques can be a fun and effective way to improve vocabulary retention and recall.